Tag: Thai National Team

Former First Pick Overall

REGISTRATION NEWS:
Khun Jantaphong (Moo) Tengsakul, had a shortened season due to National Team duties last year. But his 1.5 points/game average will most likely see him drafted high also in the 2017/2018 season.

Read more

Quality Goalie Sub

REGISTRATION NEWS:
Our substitute pool of Goalies just got a lot stronger! Welcome back Prawes (Neng) Kaewjeen!

Read more

Injury Reserve

REGISTRATION NEWS:
Unfortunately, Jeto’s agent has announced that his client will have to change his status from full-time to substitute, due to required surgery to fix an upper-body injury. We wish Panithi (Jeto) Nawasmittawong a speedy recovery!

Read more

Dynamic Playmaker

REGISTRATION NEWS:
One of Thailand’s most talented hockey players, Phandaj (Win) Khuhakeaw, will make his SHL debut this season! His stats from the recent SEA Games 2017 in Malaysia will give you a hint of his talent level: GP 4, G 7, A 5, Points 12, +10. Welcome to the Siam Hockey League!

Read more

Top Four D-Man

REGISTRATION NEWS:
Thai National Team player Chanchit (Champ) Supadilokluk is signed-up for the SHL draft and looking to land a top-4 spot on the blue line for one of our teams.

Read more

Captain Thailand

REGISTRATION NEWS:
Another top end player, Tewin (Thor) Chartsuwan, is added to the list of quality SHL substitutes. Khun Thor is taking on new business opportunities currently; preventing him to commit full-time, but we are happy for every game he can play in!

Read more

Rookie Of The Year Candidate?

REGISTRATION NEWS:
Stud d-man Chayutapon (First) Kulrat just turned 17 years old, but he has already established himself on the Thai National Team and also applied for the Johnny Oduya SHL scholarship.

Read more

First SHL Season

REGISTRATION NEWS:
Speedy National Team Forward Rakchai (Mangkorn) Sukwiboon is draft eligible and has confirmed his interest to play, will he get drafted? Stay tuned for the official draft date being announced soon!

Read more

SEA Games update

Philippines stormed out to a 4-0 lead and our boys just could not complete the comeback, despite a 44-26 shot differential in our favor. The taste of silver is disappointing tonight, but this will surely fuel the effort of all Thai National Team players in the next tournament. Thanks for a fantastic week of hockey – great fight. All the way to the end!

Read more